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Food for thought about agriculture

By Jim Spehar

“Eating is an agricultural act.”  — Wendell Barry Now fully into the spring season, fields surrounding Grand Junction, Fruita and Palisade are greening up with the promise of harvests yet to come. Newborn ...

Threatened bird is a familiar Western story

By The Daily Sentinel

Grouse and cuckoos share more than protection under the Endangered Species Act. Their names are synonomous with the emotions they evoke when state and local officials are forced to contend with proposed conservation measures under the threat ...

Printed Letters: May 5, 2015

By Staff

Locals were great during difficult time I recently lost my wife to a horrible, very aggressive, fast-moving brain disease. The people in the Grand Valley are great, beginning with my friends and neighbors who visited, looked after and were ...

Regional pickleball results, April 4, 2015

By Staff

Western Regional Pickleball Tournament Saturday/Sunday at Lincoln Park 3.0 Women’s Doubles 1. Jan Rogers (Fort Collins)/Corky Walters (Fort Collins); 2. Diane Robertson (Gunnison)/Barbara Mayer (Surprise, Ariz.); 3. Sonya McAfee ...

Class 5A regional golf results, April 4, 2015

By Staff

Class 5A Southern Regional Monday at Heritage Bend Golf Club, Aurora Team Scores 1. Cherry Creek 258; 2. Legend 255; 3. Fossil Ridge 266; 4. Arvada West 269; 5. Broomfield 270; 6. Grand Junction 299; 7. Castleview 323; 8. Brighton ...

Wildcats get No. 19 seed in state lacrosse

By Staff

Girls Lacrosse Wildcats get No. 19 seed at state After an undefeated run through the Mountain League and a 14-1 overall record, Fruita Monument was selected to the Colorado High School girls lacrosse tournament. The Wildcats are seeded ...

Rice, two Tigers qualify for state golf

By Staff

Monday was a good day for Fruita Monument’s Katie Rice. Playing the par-71 Common Ground Golf Course in Aurora, she shot an 83 at the Class 5A Central Regional to place 10th and qualify for the state tournament. She is the only Fruita ...


Let the (qualifying) games begin

By Patti Arnold

The countdown has begun — 19 days until the first pitch of the 2015 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Regional and district tournaments begin this week as teams start qualifying for one of the 10 spots in the NJCAA national ...

Garfield County officials: BLM sage-grouse plans take turn for worse

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County officials said Monday the Bureau of Land Management is considering even-stricter measures to protect greater sage-grouse than previously contemplated, rather than listening to concerns the county and others have raised. As a ...

Neighbors raise a stink about waste pit

By Amy Hamilton

The smells were “metallic” and entered their noses with a “burning sensation.” People said they “felt suffocated” and reported feeling that the air was “pressing on their chest.” If the winds ...

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